Technology and science is advancing so fast that at some point in our future we'll be able to replace every part of the human body. So, my question is, at what point does human become machine?
At what point does a human become machine?
What Guys Said 6
I have several fillings in my teeth (god knows whats in them, mercury i think) and am taking medication, that alters my chemistry - which basically all meds do. And also,
I've had metal in my hand, for the past 6 years and it will most likely stay there for the rest of my life, screws, plates and wires.
I guess in a way, we have allready taken the first small step, since the above artificial things have altered me from an entirely natural state.0
We can go into in-depth detail into this.
The human body and mind is a machine, but a biological one, the only difference from a mechanical machine compared to that of a biological one, is exactly that.
But for when human beings will begin to adapt mechanical components into their bodies, it has already begun.
Essentially we will be borg.0
When we actually replace the brain with something mechanical.0
A human is still a human until we start messing wiht the brain. That's when it gets fuzzy.0
I reckon it's when humans are operated in some way0
What Girls Said 1
As soon as you stop questioning things0